The University of Rhode Island College of Engineering’s Innovations showcases the college’s diverse community of scholars undertaking 21st-century research and learning.
More children between the ages of 1 and 14 die from cancer than from any other disease. Eily Cournoyer is working to bring that number to zero.
Associate Professor Donna M. L. Meyer took an unconventional path to academia. Her research, however, could become part of everyday technology.
From the edge of space and back, Simon Ostrach (Class of ’44) has gone to extreme lengths to expand our understanding of gravity’s effect on fluids.
Taking lean techniques developed for factories to the Providence VA Medical Center translates to better care, fewer costs and a national model.
The world’s 285 million visually impaired could some day see thanks to technology under development by Adjunct Professor Eugene Chabot.
Professor Qing Yang protects your smartphone data; Professor Helen Huang is helping people hug; the college mourns the loss of Associate Professor Dimitrios Karamanlidis and more.
The infusion of real-world student experiences at the college keeps our economy and our graduates competitive.